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Subject:Scissor-tailed Flycatcher - Redwood County
From:Ron Erpelding <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Ron Erpelding <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Mon, 26 Apr 2010 15:43:37 -0500

An adult male scissor-tailed Flycatcher was seen and photographed by Wild
Turkey hunter Curt Plotz on Saturday, 4/24/10 and reported to me by Steve
Erickson this morning, Monday, 4/26/10).  The bird is located in north
central Redwood County just south of the Minnesota River.  I observed the
bird early this afternoon from 1:22 to 1:45 p.m. and it was present when I
left the area.



From the west end of the town of Renville, MN on US Hwy 212

Take Renville Co Rd 6 south to the Minnesota River

Cross the MN River where Renville Co Rd 6 becomes Redwood Co Rd 6

Follow Co Rd 6 three additional miles south to Redwood Co Rd 9 - the Delhi,
MN corner

Turn left/east on Co Rd 9 and travel 2 miles to Co Rd 17 (gravel rd)

At the intersection with Co Rd 17 turn north (see large sign that reads Road
Closed 1 mile ahead - local travel only)

Follow Co Rd 17 north approximately nine tenths of a mile

Turn right/east on an unsigned road - look for faded fire number sign with
the black letters 380 (road also takes you to Cedar Rock WMA)

Following the road east will bring you to a pasture on the left/ north side

The bird has been observed perched on the pasture barbed wire fence and in
the pasture

If you come to the farmstead on the north side you have gone too far.


Ron Erpelding

Kandiyohi County

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